Bible Commentary by Chuck Missler
66/40 with Chuck Missler
66/40 with Chuck Missler
The great discovery is that the Bible is a message system: it’s not simply 66 books penned by 40 authors over thousands of years, the Bible is an integrated whole which bears evidence of supernatural engineering in every detail!
Genesis is the book of Beginnings, telling of the creation of the heavens and earth, the first man and woman, the first human sin, and of the Hebrew nation. The key to Genesis is the discovery that Jesus is seen on every page!
The fourth book of the Pentateuch relates the wilderness wanderings of the Israelites.
This final book of the Pentateuch recapitulates the Law of God to a people about to conquer the Promised Land - Moses' last stern and living warnings before he died.
The Book of Proverbs could be titled,''Wise Up'' and Live. Beyond simply obeying laws, this book focuses on leading an aggressively dynamic life, giving examples of proper and improper attitudes, conduct, and characteristics in succinct, penetrating ways.
No other prophet matches his majestic eloquence on the holiness of God and the redemptive work and sufferings of the Coming Messiah, all the while making us clearly aware of God's abounding Grace.
The book of Ezekiel contains some of the most incredible prophecies in the Bible, including detailed description of a Nuclear War and the cleanup afterward. Ezekiel ministered to a nation experiencing judgment for their sins.
Gomer, Hosea's prostitue wife, provides an illustration of adulterous Israel - chasing after worthless idols that did not care for her as God does. The final message of Hosea, however, is of forgiveness and love and the rescue of the unfaithful wife.
Luke, Volume 2, completes the 'Pentateuch of the New Testament', in which the great commission of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ is detailed from the research and firsthand experience of Dr. Luke.
The Book of Galatians is regarded as one of the greatest and most important of Paul's epistles. It stands as a challenge to all who would seek to take away the joy and freedom of the Gospel of Grace.
Paul came to love Timothy dearly and considered him a spiritual son. He wrote these letters to Timothy as instructions on leading the churches - even during troubled times.
The Book of James focuses on the believers justification before men. His robust epistle focuses on the practical Christian walk rather than on doctrine; it is directed toward a living faith.
While exiled to the island of Patmos because of his activities in spreading the Gospel, John is given powerful visions, which reveal all of Church history in advance, as well as the times of the very end of the planet Earth